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Breaking the Glass Ceiling

Breaking the Glass Ceiling

Breaking the Glass Ceiling
3 votes, 4.33 avg. rating (85% score)

Here is what these ladies had to say on Breaking the GLASS CEILING


Dr Dikshita Padalkar specialises in  Labour Economics from University of Mumbai.  She moved to South Africa in  year 2000, to accompany her expat husband. She now runs “Research Resources”, a  Durban based firm offering Economic Development Services across sectors.


Anjli Shah studied at the University of Toronto, University of Oxford Brooke’s and has obtained Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Sciencedegrees before qualifying as a Chartered Accountant.She has significant deal experience in Valuation and Mergers and Acquisitions around East and Southern Africa with one of thetop four Accounting firms. She is now working in East African M&A for a global commodity companyand is presently based inSingapore to complete a 6 month project on one of their commodity trading desks.

My name is Ritu Pokhriyal. I have done a masters in Organic Chemistry and hold a teaching degree. I have been teaching high school kids on and off as and when the circumstances have allowed me without compromising my family.  My journey in Africa started in almost 13 years back when I joined my husband who was posted in West Africa at that time. I have spent a good number of years as a housewife taking care of my family as well as a working woman trying to balance work and home. We have two lovely girls and have recently moved to Dubai.


Genevieve Lanka is a current affairs producer and talk show host for a national broadcaster. Her areas of interest include politics, social justice and women empowerment. Some of her key broadcasts include national and local election, bugdet speech, Top Gear, COP 17, BRICS and ANC national elective conference

Here is what these ladies had to say on Breaking the GLASS CEILING


Breaking the Glass Ceiling
3 votes, 4.33 avg. rating (85% score)

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